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“Nevertheless, She Persisted”

February 24, 2017

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By Elizabeth E. Raucher Shrew. Nag. Harpy. Bossy. Loud. Annoying. Angry. Feminazi. These are just a few words that are regularly used to degrade women every day. On the night of February 7th, Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, stood to protest the nomination of Jeff Sessions as the next United States Attorney General. Jeff Sessions is […]

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Opinion: Eden’s Town Hall Meeting

November 3, 2011

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By Brian Fischman– It was clear on from his performance on Thursday that President Eden came to his first “Town Hall Meeting” with an agenda that went far beyond making announcements to the college. Eden, who was still unknown to many of the school’s populace on a personal level, made a concerted effort to endear […]

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Editor’s Letter

February 11, 2011

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This issue marks the first effort of a new semester’s group of student journalists. As I review it before going to press, I’m struck by a couple of themes. One is snow. Go figure. The second is a greater focus on campus events, with more hard news stories, fewer features. Journalism has sometimes been termed […]

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Editorial: Independent at Year One

January 20, 2011

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When this semester draws to a close next week, it will also mark the end of the Independent’s first year serving the Landmark community.  It hasn’t always been easy, but we worked hard last semester and this semester to find a sense of direction, and prove that despite receiving funding from the College we are […]

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Opinion: Proposition 19: Just the Beginning

November 9, 2010

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This week, California voters turned down Proposition 19, The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act, by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent.  The measure would have made the recreational use of cannabis legal for adults aged 21 and up.  While supporters are largely disappointed in the outcome, there is a reason for optimism: […]

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Editorial: Stop the Bullying

October 7, 2010

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In the past few weeks on the Landmark campus there have been several cases of harassment, bullying, and threatening words expressed through graffiti. On Monday, October 4, Dean of students Mr. Michael Luciani sent out an email which restated that the student code of conduct has a no tolerance policy for harassment in any form.

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